After more than four years of construction, developers Lowe and AECOM-Canyon Partners have completed the final component of the $350-million Ivy Station complex in Culver City.

Aerial view of Ivy Station development from Metro stopArchLenz Photography

Earlier this month, Lowe marked the opening of The Shay, a 148-room boutique hotel that is operated by Hyatt through its Destination Hotel brand. The six-story edifice, located at the northwest corner of Washington and National Boulevards includes a rooftop pool and bar, a ballroom, meeting spaces, and ground-floor restaurant space.

Ivy Station, built on a site that previously served as a park-and-ride facility for Metro's Culver City Station, also includes a 200-unit apartment complex dubbed the Residences at Ivy Station. The mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom units are located directly north of the hotel, and accompany amenities such as a fitness center, a pool, and co-working space.

At the northernmost section of the property, adjacent to Venice Boulevard, a 240,000-square-foot office building now serves as the West Coast home of HBO parent company WarnerMedia.

Aerial view of Ivy Station development looking southwestArchLenz Photography

The project also includes 50,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, a roughly 32,000-square-foot park-like space which opens on the Metro station entrance, and basement parking for more than 1,500 vehicles.

The design team for Ivy Station included Cuningham, RELM, EYRC Architects and KFA.

In recent years, the neighborhood surrounding Culver Station has become a new hub for the tech and media industry. Apple now leases a 128,000-square-foot office building across the street from Ivy Station, and is slated to develop a more than 500,000-square-foot office campus on properties to the north.

Aerial view of Ivy Station development looking eastArchLenz Photography